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Images of Pearl Harbor, Dec 7, 1941

Old 12-07-2019, 03:25 PM
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The USS Arizona before and after.



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Lest we forget....


It’s been 78 years since the attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, which in less than two hours claimed the lives of 2,500 men and women – about half on the USS Arizona – and wounded another 1,000. About 300 American airplanes and 18 ships were damaged or destroyed`.
Of the 84,000 who survived the brutal assault, less than 2,000, are still here today to tell their stories first hand.



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Old 12-07-2019, 03:50 PM
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It’s a sobering experience to visit that. Thank you for posting.
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A lot of men died in the instant of some of those photos. RIP

As the son of a WWII veteran, that date will never lose it's importance to me.

It barely makes the news now days, I guess time has a way of doing that. 911 will probably be the same way in 50 years. It shouldn't be IMO.
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Great Pictures. Never forget.
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Sad images. Thank you for posting these photos.
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My Bday is exactly 20 years after that (yea I am now officially an old guy). Both my grandfather fought in that war. One in Europe the other in Africa and later some islands. Became a Japanese pow for 6 months. They threaten him worse that can be believed and he hated them until the day he died.

I always try and watch the movies and documentaries on my Bday.

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